Thursday, November 8, 2012

For the Love of Family Hop

Hi and welcome to our next hop...





Welcome to Our Daily Bread Design's Alumni Team's bi-monthly For the Love Blog Hop.  This week the Alumni team along with some of the ODBD designers are featuring a hop For the Love of Family! Check out each link and leave a comment. If you get lost along the way, check the ODBD blog for full list of links.  One of the post is a hop hot spot and a name will be drawn from that list of comments to win a $15 ODBD store gift certificate.  So, all you have to do is hop along and see all the creations and leave a little love!  You have until Wednesday, November 21st at 6 pm.   Enjoy all the beautiful designs featuring For the Love of Family!



If you got here from Lori's beautiful card....your in the right place, if not go back to the ODBD blog and start from there...





This is the set I chose to display...



 


And this is my card....





  
And I got my new Christmas curtains up just in time for the Holidays





I tried to portray depth by using 2 layers of the thick foam tape, so I have 3 layers..with the window layer

I just love this homey scene...I think my pie could have browned a little more in the oven....and don't you just love the new pink Tupperware that came out for the month of October...such good deals....


Recipe:
Paper: Black, WW, Copic Express-it,  
Ink: Copics, Stazon Black, Going Grey
Accessories: ODBD Window Die, Brick EF, White Satin Ribbon, Liquid Applique (for snow just heat & serve lol), Foam Tape, Liquid Glue, Glue Gun, & Love!!

The next one on the list is Angie's  Beautiful card!!

Thanks for viewing our cards, and don't forget to leave a comment on the ODBD blog...after Angie.

Blessings & Hugs
Jan 




47 comments:

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh Jan this is gorgeous!! I just love your design with the brick framing or back panel, the snow on the window and your gorgeous coloring. Beautifully done!! Awesome holiday card!!
hugs,
Chris

Saints Rule! said...

Just darling Jan! I love those wispy holiday curtains and how your image leaps out at me! I must admit I LOVE pie whether it is lightly brown or golden... I think I can smell it! :-) Such a beautiful scene... fabulous job! Hugs and blessings...

Lori

Grace said...

Oh my goodness Jan... this is soooo awesome!!! You really did create depth here and the scene just invites me in! Love the brick ef. I've been looking for that for a while now and can't find it locally. :( Love the snow on the window panes... and the sweet Christmas curtains! Just fabulous Jan!!!
hugs,
Grace

Silke Ledlow said...

So homey and beautiful Jan! Love it! Hugs ~S~

Sherry Kushibab said...

Jan, what a warm and cozy scene you have created. Love the brick EF and the snow on the outside, while the inside looks all warm and cozy. There is some heavy duty baking going on in this home....I think the pie looks cooked perfectly and ready for a taste :)

Betty said...

What a great card! Love the snowy window with the curtains pulled back! Love the scene inside...so warm and homey AND yummy! Thanks for sharing!

Sue D said...

Love the homey scene through the window.

Judy said...

A lovely card that takes one home to past Christmas's at grandma's house.

Deborah Saaranen said...

Just adorable...what a welcoming scene...! I would love to visit and sit awhile!

Georgia Lindsey said...

So much fun to peek in your window this morning. A beautiful card, and I love the depth.

Anonymous said...

I could just sit down and cut into that pie!

kathyL/ohio

Lucy said...

Such a pretty card! It makes me want to start baking!

Anita Braddock said...

Wow how super cool is this. love the looking in. its so realistic. the added snow on the window pane is perfect. thanks for sharing.

Lee Ann Barrett said...

Wow, Jan! This is so fun! Love your brick wall and all of the warmth you can feel peering into that window!

momandmec said...

Really loving the window die...nice touch os snow. Great job.

Angella D. Crockett said...

Jan, this is just darling! I love the sweet scene you have created!!! Love the snow on the window...perfect touch!! Blessings, Angie

Dawn said...

how fun, Jan! so cute, love the curtains too

TLady said...

JAN! You're making me giggle! LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE the way you wrote your post!!!!!!!!!! :) It's CREATIVE!!!!!!! :) AND I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE your card!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT TRUELY IS WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (I'm wanting one of those WINDOW DIES, FOR SURE!!!!!!! ) :)AND you did a WONDERFUL JOB on the WHOLE CARD!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!!!!!!!! :)

Christine said...

What a wonderful card, and I love your comments! Great how you included the pink Tupperware, and even better is the dimensional look of the snow! Thanks for sharing!

Christine said...

What a wonderful card, and I love your comments! Great how you included the pink Tupperware, and even better is the dimensional look of the snow! Thanks for sharing!

Conniecrafter said...

sweet holiday scene through your window!!

Patty said...

OH YEAH!! I love this image, and was wondering just how you would color and display all that is going on. You did a wonderful job! Thanks for tackling this image and showing me that it can be done well!!

craftymom205 said...

Great card.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Sherry said...

very pretty!!!

Becky said...

What a delightful window scene Jan.

Pati said...

Very nice indoor window scenic card, great details!! You crack me up with the comments about the tupperware & the pie, I had to re-read it again thinking I had missed something at first.

Anonymous said...

A very pretty card. Love all the details. So festive.

Margie F.

Beth Norman said...

heee hee, you're funny. Awesome card. Such a great kitcheny scene, and with that lovely pink Tupperware. TFS your sense of humour.

Memaw said...

Love this stamp makes a beautiful card. Thanks for sharing
Judy

Caryn S said...

Sweet card! I always imagine my kitchen looking like this through the window (although I suspect it actually doesn't look anywhere close!) the snow touches on the frame are wonderful.

Soni B said...

A perfect window scene ...thecolors are so real, and I am ready to walk in and join this party

Mary-Anne V said...

what a great window scene...love the curtains too.

tammy said...

Jan!!
Are you too cute or what!!?!? I love your card and the creative accents with the Christmas curtains (on time might I add) and the pink tupperware---but I don't know---the pie might be just right to my lickin'---no liking!!! :) You are so very precious---such a princess of the King!! Thank you for sharing---I have always admired these ODBD stamps and dies:) be blessed
~Beyond Measure
Tammy
www.urbeyondmeasure.com

Mary B. said...

Very clever card! It looks so life-like. It is adorable.
I like the brick wall.

nzillingworth said...

I just want to get in that house and try the baking. Think you could do a whole set of windows for every room of the house. Yes truely wonderful card selling the family christmas spirit .

nzillingworth said...

I just want to get in that house and try the baking. Think you could do a whole set of windows for every room of the house. Yes truely wonderful card selling the family christmas spirit .

LaDawn said...

This is a great card.

April said...

How creative! I love the window where you are looking into the house at the table. You did a great job!

Loretta O. said...

Cute image to put in a "window" frame. Nicely made!

Carole Robb Bisson said...

the pie crust looks pretty good to me. I adnire anyone who can color. The homey scene brings hope.
Blessings,
Carole Robb Bisson

Alshandra said...

Gorgeous card. Love the colouring, gorgeous window and love the detail! Thanks for sharing.

Nan said...

What a sweet card! I am just getting started with cardmaking and I am so impressed with your talent!

Pattie J. said...

OH! Jan, this is a great deal of work and planning, a beautiful card. Warm and cosey, country kitchen. love it.

Betty Wright said...

Jan, I just love this wonderful family scene you created. Love the touches of snow, too! Fantastic!

Kris said...

Very pretty card! Love the snow on the window sill! Thanks for sharing.

disneylisa said...

Oh, great idea. The table looks fantastic through the window.

Robyn said...

That loverly card makes me want to jump in and bake some yummy goodies!Or better yet, stop by your place and enjoy the sweet aroma!